Free Online Church History and Literature Resources

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I love the fact that the Internet has made it so much quicker and easier for information and ideas to spread. It’s something we take for granted all the time.

For example, just fifty years ago Christians would’ve had to use one of those big concordance books if they wanted to know how many times the word “love” appeared in the Bible.

Yuck!

How cumbersome. A task that would’ve taken them three hours or more, I can now do in just thirty seconds with the help of the web.

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Becoming a Better Writer Series: Purpose Driven Writing

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[This is part of an ongoing ChurchMag series, A Dutch-Girl’s Guide to Becoming a Better Writer.] There are many forms and sorts of writing: short stories, fiction books, newspaper stories, articles for magazines, blogs, you name it. And within those forms, the styles vary widely as well. It’s interesting to see for instance how much the […]

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Why Pixelmator Isn’t a Photoshop Alternative

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I’ve been using Pixelmator for a long time, now. It has been deemed a good alternative to Adobe Photoshop for Mac users, and for the most part, I have to agree. When you consider that Pixelmator will cost you $30—I got it for $15 while it was still version 1, now they’re on to version 3—and […]

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What Makes A Good Headline [Infographic]

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I wish that I could say that because I have been blogging for more than five years of my life and at least 2,000 articles under my belt across the Internet, that I have become some kind of a guru with crafting the best posts you would ever read. The reality is, I still have […]

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How the Church Can Do Better Than Dropbox [Video]

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Did you hear what Dropbox did after losing 27,000+ files? Unfortunately, they didn’t do much. Kenny Jahng joined the ChurchMag Podcast and told his story of losing more than 27,000 files and how Dropbox lost an opportunity to turn a #FAIL into a #WIN. During our conversation, I asked Kenny what the Church could learn from […]

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10 Dropbox Alternatives

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Even if you hear multiple stories of how Dropbox saves the day, the moment you hear about them losing over 27,000 files, you doubt their service. The price of cloud files storage has been going down every six months to a year. As the number of apps and services that sell or give space increases, the prices […]

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What Dropbox Did After Losing 27,000+ Files [Podcast]

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Imagine if Dropbox lost over 27,000 of your files? What would you expect them to do? How would you like them to respond? Dropbox lost, deleted, erased, mishandled, 27,000+ of Kenny Jahng’s files and he was disappointed—rightfully so—of how Dropbox has handled the situation. Kenny talks about some of the details surrounding Dropbox’s #EPIC #FAIL, how […]

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